|Radio's conquest of space - McNicol, Donald Monroe, 1875-|
Includes bibliographical references
Keywords: Radio -- History
|SONIDO HISTORICO 1 AL 20|
SONIDO HISTÓRICO RFC PROGRAMAS 1 AL 20
Keywords: RADIO; RADIO HISTORY
|David Gell on Radio Luxembourg 1963|
A scoped recording of broadcaster David Gell on Radio Luxembourg taped in 1963.
Keywords: David Gell; Radio Luxembourg; radio history
|Dr. Chalmers Johnson pt. 1 & 2 - Radio Free Kansas|
We pursue distinguished intellectuals to be featured guests on Radio Free Kansas, Dr. Chalmers Johnson was a particularly good pursuit. He first canceled our email blasts when we put him on our general distribution list in an attempt to pique his curiosity. We replied with an invitation to appear as a special guest, he returned conditioning the appearance with a gentle request for operatic arias to be played when he appeared...
Keywords: military; empire; imperialism; radio history; history; peace; war; kansas
|Edward Murrow in 1940 London|
Two broadcasts by Edward G. Murrow for CBS from London. The second is him in Trafalgar Square on August 24, 1940, as the air raid sirens wail to warn of Nazi bombing raids, and the first is him on Christmas Day.
Keywords: Edward Murrow; 1940 London; the Blitz; radio history
|Old-Time Music and Radio Conference|
Keywords: Old-time music--North Carolina; Radio--History--Congresses
|Bob Whitney and Bob Todd on Joey Reynolds Show 3-21-01 - Bob Whitney|
Keywords: Radio; top forty; radio history; kbox; bob whitney; bob todd thurgaland
|Behind The Mike 41 03 02 Pioneers Of Radio Entertainment|
This episode finds us traveling back with Graham McNamee to the early days of radio broadcasting, with interviews, stories, and entertainment from when radio was young.
Keywords: Behind The Mike; Graham McNamee; Variety; Radio History; Old Time Radio; OTR
|Rag Radio 2012-01-27 - American Radio Revolution with Kim Simpson, Jan Reid, Bob Simmons - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Kim Simpson, Jan Reid, and Bob Simmons discuss the history of American radio and the formatting revolution of the '60s and '70s. Simpson is the author of "Early '70s Radio: The American Format Revolution." Reid is the editor of Bill Young's "Dead Air: The rise and demise of music radio." Simmons reviewed both books for The Rag Blog. Kim Simpson, PhD, is a cultural historian, musician, writer, and radio show host...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Kim Simpson; Jan Reid; Bob Simmons; Radio History; Popular Culture
|Rag Radio 2011-07-01 / Underground Radio Pioneer Bob Simmons - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Bob Simmons has been a radio producer and personality, oil biz entrepreneur, video maker, voice talent, construction worker, newspaper publisher, writer, and sports editor. A self-styled “relic from the Jurassic age of hippies,” Simmons has a storied career in radio, where he was a pioneer in the underground format, and has been a producer and personality at legendary stations -- including KUT, KPFA, KSAN, KKSN, and KFAT -- in places like San Francisco, Austin, and Portland, Ore...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Bob Simmons; Radio History; Counterculture; Sixties; Austin; San Francisco
|Research and development in radio and electronics, 1915-1974 - Buttner, Harold H., 1892-1979|
Chronicles Buttner's career in radio and electronics engineering, including his WWI work with the Naval Dept. on arc continuous wave generators; his work as an engineer with Bell Telephone Laboratories; and his subsequent associations with International Marine Radio Corp. (England), ITT, Federal Telecommunications Laboratories, and Hewlett-Packard. Also includes an account of his undergraduate career in electrical engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, and his association with Ch...
Keywords: Hewlett-Packard Company; International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation; Litton Industries; Electronics -- United States; Radio -- History; Telecommunication -- United States
|Ezra Pound Speaking - Radio Speeches of World War II|
This is a collection of 120 radio speeches by the noted American poet Ezra Pound. These controversial radio speeches were given while Pound was an expatriate in Italy during World War Two.
Keywords: Ezra Pound; Ezra Pound Speaking; radio speeches; World War Two; World War II; World War 2; history; radio history; Second World War; World War Two history; economics; hidden history; controversial history; Ezra Pound radio